centrically

centric

[sen-trik]
adjective
1.
pertaining to or situated at the center; central.
2.
Anatomy, Physiology. pertaining to or originating at a nerve center.
Also, centrical.


Origin:
1580–90; < Greek kentrikós of, pertaining to a cardinal point, equivalent to kéntr(on) (see center) + -ikos -ic

centrically, adverb
centricity [sen-tris-i-tee] , noun
multicentric, adjective
uncentric, adjective
uncentrical, adjective
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centric or centrical (ˈsɛntrɪk)
 
adj
1.  being central or having a centre
2.  relating to or originating at a nerve centre
3.  botany
 a.  Also: concentric (of vascular bundles) having one type of tissue completely surrounding the other
 b.  (of leaves, such as those of the onion) cylindrical
 
centrical or centrical
 
adj
 
'centrically or centrical
 
adv
 
centricity or centrical
 
n

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-centric
from Gk. kentrikos "pertaining to a center," from kentron (see center).
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centric cen·tric (sěn'trĭk) or cen·tri·cal (-trĭ-kəl)
adj.
Situated at or near the center; central.

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